The aftermath of Karnataka elections, the battle of ideologies, issues and Indian democracy: An Analysis

The events leading to the Karnataka elections, the results, floor test and the after math has captivated the mindset of the Indian voters and international audience alike. It demonstrates the repetition of India’s history, the political institutions at work vide their un-decorated discourses, platitudinous discussions and orthodox style of play. Such was the democratic hullabaloo …

Consolidation in Telecom

There is little to surprise in the ongoing consolidation moves in the telecom industry, the latest of which is the proposed merger of Vodafone with Idea. Increasing pressure on profitability, high cost of spectrum, cut-throat competition and slow regulation have combined to force telecom operators to look inwards in order to survive. These mergers and …

Understanding ‘Right To Privacy’ in India and Its Recent Conflicts

IN BRIEF The Supreme Court of India has asserted that Article 21 is the heart of the Fundamental Rights. Article 21 has proved to be multi-dimensional. Right to privacy is one such right which has come to its existence after widening up the dimensions of Article 21. The constitution in specific doesn’t grant any right …

VISION IAS 2017 PAPER 2 (Indian Polity)

Topics Covered- Working of Indian Constitution ♦ Central Government: President, Vice President, Prime minister, Central Council of Ministers, Parliament ♦ State Government: Governor, Chief Minister, State Council of Ministers, State Legislature ♦ Indian Federalism and Centre-State Relations ♦ Local Government: Panchayati Raj, Local Urban Government ♦ Judiciary: Supreme Court, High Courts, Subordinate Courts ♦ Structure, organization and functioning of the Executive; Ministries and Departments of the Government. ♦ Elections ♦ Transparency & …